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TABLE OF CONTENTS PIGMENTAL STUDIOS

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KIPLIN HALL

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PARAMETRIC PLAYGROUND

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ADAMS MORGAN MIX USE

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AN OBJECT IN SPACE

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ULI HINES - NORTH WORKS

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SOUTHWEST D.C. L’ENFANT PROMENADE

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HAND DRAWINGS

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E XIST ING

. .lack of place among industry

PROPOSED

. . .establishing a new neighborhood

CONNECT

. . .jobs, neighborhoods, great places

A DA PT

. . .existing buildings and businesses

E N GAGE

L AN D USE

. . .the water and the landscape

. . .building on existing industry

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Home Depot is relocated and remains an anchor institution of the manufacturing district.Maker’s Yard includes instructional space for City College of Chicago and job training through the Cara Program.

Friends of the Chicago River volunteered efforts to install the constructed wetlands and GRQDWHGFDWˉVKWRWKHULYHU(IIRUWVWRUHVWRUH the River are funded in part by the Chi-Cal River Fund.

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The Chicago Historical Society participated in the restoration of the historic SS Ste. Claire riverboat and hotel. The Chicago Park District manages the linear park space and recreational activities on the Basin.

The Chicago Housing Authority assists in the application approval process for affordable housing units. A TIGER grant to Chicago Transit Authority funds the Landing Transit Center capital costs.

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The Landing CONNECTS people and ideas Maker’s Yard ADAPTS existing industry The Basin ENGAGES the riverfront

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PHILLIP | INNOVATOR

ENGAGING 12 The Bend 13 The Mews Townhomes 14 The Basin

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Phillip is pioneering new solar technology at the Old Fleet Marketspace and CONNECTS to downtown investores by way of Landing Sta on

FRANK | OWNER Frank has worked in the Elston Corridor for years but is looking to learn new skills. He looks forward to ADAPTING to new manufacturing technologies.

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KEV & V | ENTREPRENEURERS Kev and V have always dreamed of owning their own bar. Now they run the microbrewry on N McHenry Avenue and are excited to be a part of this ADAPTING neighborhood

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CONNECTING

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1 Landing Station

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2 The Harbor

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3 606 Extension

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7 Affordable Live-Work Lofts 8 Maker’s Yard 9 Cara Job Training/Maker’s Hall 10 Old Fleet Makerspace

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Carl is enrolled in classes at the CCC for manufacturing technology. he loves riding his bike on the 06 extension, which CONNECTS him to his classes at the NorthWorks campus. FIONA & SEAN | FAMILY

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CARL | STUDENT

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6 The Foundry Microbrewery

A er working in her artspace in Maker’s Yard, Debbie enjoys taking her daughter to the Basin where they can ENGAGE in community ac vi es, such as swimming and ice ska ng.

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Fiona and Sean own a townhome along the Bend. They love ENGAGING with the natural habitat of riverfron and running along the new 606 river trail

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LOOKING INTO MAKER’S YARD FROM TRAINING CENTER

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Landing Station replaces the existing Metra station at Clybourn to connect alternative modes of transportation to NorthWorks. Notably, the creation of a passenger ramps allows The 606 pedestrian trail to continue east towards Lake Michigan.

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THE BASIN

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1 A m p h i t h e a te r 2 Ka y a k Re n t a l 3 Pe r fo r m a n ce B a r g e

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4 Po o l + I ce R i n k B a r g e

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5 Re s t a u r a n t B a r g e 6 SS . S te . C l a i r e H o te l 7 F it n e s s Ce n te r

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8 M a ke r ’s Ya r d 9 The Bend 1

10 T h e M ew s 11 G o o s e I s l a n d

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REDUCI NG OUR FOOTP RI NT The soft edge of the river’s east bank treats water where it falls while creating a place for people and wildlife.

The river’s hard edge edge allows for stormwater collection while connecting people to the water’s edge through trails and native vegetation.

Bioswales and pervious pavement ˉOWHU DQG FROOHFW VWRUPZDWHU runoff into underground cisterns for local plant watering.

Horizontal geothermal loops provide a sustainable energy source to waterfront residents.

EXISTING GRADE

RIPARIAN BUFFER Mixed plantings utilize multiple phytotechnology mechanisms to capture and remediate pollution from air, rain, and soil.

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CONSTRUCTED WETLAND

FLOATING WETLAND

PERMEABLE PAVERS

BIOSWALE

Water is treated through a series of planted marshes and soil media to remove contaminants and create habitat for native wildlife.

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Plantings along roadways remove contaminants from stormwater before spreading to other water sources.


P HASING

PUTTING CAPITAL TO WORK SOURCES

Subordinated Debt

12% EB-5 Foreign Investors

12%

Senior Debt

18%

49% Conv. Loan 18% FHA Market Rate 7% FHA Affordable

4%

7%

1%

5%

49%

Equity 4% Limited Partner Equity 5% Reinvestment of Income 1% Sponsor Equity

3%

Public/Private Capital

PHASE I 2019-2020

PHASE II

PHASE III

2021-2023

PHASE IV

2024-2025

LIHTC Equity HOME Grant Tax Increment Financing Chi-Cal River Fund

2026-2028

LEVERAGING ASSETS CONNECTING PEOPLE ENGAGING THE RIVER ENHANCING PLACES

USES

Engaging existing conditions for future growth.

Bridging the North Branch to provide connections along The Bend.

Establishing The Basin as a destination through waterfront recreation.

Supporting the Northworks community through expanded employment opportunities.

PROGRAM Advanced Manufacturing 2Iˉce/Commercial Retail/Entertainment Boutique Hotel

sf (000’s) 0 0 268 0

PROGRAM Advanced Manufacturing 2Iˉce/Commercial Retail/Entertainment Boutique Hotel

sf (000’s) 478 203 333 0

PROGRAM Advanced Manufacturing 2Iˉce/Commercial Retail/Entertainment Boutique Hotel

sf (000’s) 0 0 166 40

PROGRAM Advanced Manufacturing 2Iˉce/Commercial Retail/Entertainment Boutique Hotel

Apartments

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Apartments

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Apartments

844

Apartments

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For-Sale Residential Public Park Space Structured Parking

210 100 420

For-Sale Residential Public Park Space Structured Parking

346 460 467

For-Sale Residential Public Park Space Structured Parking

108 526 0

For-Sale Residential Public Park Space Structured Parking

0 0 189

HIGHLIGHTS New transit center

606 expansion east North Ave retail expansion

44.1% IRR 12.3% IRR LEVERAGED

UNLEVERAGED

HIGHLIGHTS Establish Maker’s Yard

McHenry Ave retail corridor Activate The Bend Waterfront residential

3,500 612

jobs created

affordable units

HIGHLIGHTS SS Ste. Claire Hotel

Recreation barges Water taxi expansion

1.8 14

MILES of new bike trails

Public Infrastructure Improvements 7% Transportation Infratructure & Utilities 1% Floating Dock/Park Space

sf (000’s) 0 206 112 0

1%

11%

11% Aquisition Costs

2%

11%

34%

25% 7%

16%

16%

13%

31%

8%

0.6%

10%

6%

2% Reserves/ Continency

1%

Diversify employment options

6.7 million sf

11% Real Estate Taxes

7%

HIGHLIGHTS Companies call Northworks home

total build-out

ACRES of new park space

Total Sources $2.18 billion

PARKING PARK HOTEL TOWNHOME APARTMENT RETAIL OFFICE ADV. MAN.

Constuction Costs 25% Financing Fees and Interest

34% Construction Hard Costs 8% Construction Soft Costs 1% Demolition and Remediation

Total Uses $2.18 billion

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MASTER PLAN SOUTHWEST D.C. This spread shows the overall work done by a large studio group during the ARCH700 Urban Design Studio with Professor Ma hew Bell. The project began with a broad look at Southwest D.C. in search of the problem. Our studio Group took the approach of allwing for high impact interven ons. As a gorup we set out to creat three dis nguished places. The group collaborated aas a whole to maintain a cohesive master plan, while breaking into smaler groups to tackle smaller areas of the plan determined to have poten al as valuable places.

Group work credited to: Pedro Camargo, Author Lawrence Manongdo Yoel Alemayehu Erin Barkman Andrean Bradshaw Emily Latham Eli Shanklin Jen Chorosevic

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INTERVANTION

This proposal takes Southwest/ Southeast freeway down into a tunnel, while taking advantage of the change in eleva on . a large por on is decked over to minimize tunnel construc on

PLACES

Drivers would tunnel under star ng at twelth street with a traďŹƒc circle above to ra onalize the mul plicity of driving direc ons

RECONNECTING STREETS

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L’ENFANT PROMENADE The following three spreads show the work of a two person team. The study area is focused on 10th Street from the Smithsonian Castle down to the Bennerker overlook and con nuing down to the new development known as the Wharf, and the water front.

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Group work credited to: Pedro Camargo, Author Lawrence Manongdo

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This proposal focuses on the pedestrian experience. Along the promende, which connects the Smithsonian Castle to the waterfront, vehicular flow is shi ed to one side, and pedestrians and bikes are placed in the center. This allows for a con nuous linear park that flows into Banneker Overlook.

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Pedro Camargo - Architectural Portfolio